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Egypt plans an Investment zone, economic center in Marsa Matrouh



An investment zone and an international economic center would be established west of Marsa Matrouh governorate, Minister of Investment and International cooperation Sahar Nasr said on Saturday.

Kabil, Mahlab visit leather city in Robiki



Minister of Trade Tarek Kabil and Presidential Assistant for National and Strategic Projects Ibrahim Mahlab visited the new leather city in Robiki, where they inspected some pilot production lines, tannery and some services facilities.

Egypt exports 100K tons of grapes this season: AEC



The Agricultural Export Council (AEC) said that Egypt exported more than 100,000 tons of grapes this season.

‘Proudly Made in Egypt’ label granted to 121 companies



After one year of its inception, the “Proudly Made in Egypt” label was granted to 121 companies.

Egypt, UAE businessman review investment project in Alamein



Ministers Sahar Nasr of Investment and International Cooperation and Mostafa Madbouli of Housing discussed with Mohamed el Dahan, the CEO of Emaar Misr, means of establishing a grand investment project in Egypt's Alamein city.

Investment minister inspects 2 regions for SMEs in Qalyubia



Minister of Investment and International Cooperation Sahar Nasr said the ministry will offer some regions to investors to develop investment regions nationwide.

Egypt’s male, female population increase in June 2017 YoY



Egypt’s male population increased in June 2017 to reach 47.7 million, compared to 46.6 million in June 2016, according to figures from the state run statistics agency CAPMAS .

Nasr, South Sinai governor discuss investment opportunities



Investment and International Cooperation Minister Sahar Nasr met with South Sinai Governor Khaled Fouda to discuss investment opportunities in the governorate along with the investment plans until 2030.

Qatar’s economy feels the pinch as rift enters 3rd month



Entering its third month, the political rift between Qatar and four Arab states is imposing economic pressures on the small Gulf state.

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